1. Intro
  2. Regular
  3. Try Uppercase
  4. eXcept Tzadi
  5. Summary

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Type Hebrew like your mother tongue in minutes!

If typing the lowercase does not get the Hebrew letter you want, try the uppercase!
  • Final letters
    Final letters are uppercase: "כ" is lowercase "c". "ך" is uppercase "C".
  • Conflicts
    Sometimes two Hebrew letters correspond to the same English letter, like "ה" and "ח". The more natural/common Hebrew letter is the lowercase. The other is the uppercase. "ה" is "h". "ח" is "H".
  • By default, "ו" (VAV) is lowercase "i". "י" is uppercase "I". Since some insist it should be the other way around, you can change it below. This will affect the Heblish examples and Web Heblish.
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